She passed the paper knife over the window pane
, then laid its smooth, cool surface to her cheek, and almost laughed aloud at the feeling of delight that all at once without cause came over her.
A fly flew up suddenly and struck the window pane with a plaintive buzz.
Only a big fly buzzed and fluttered against the window pane. It was unbearable at last.
So she bade Miss Wilson adieu; and the bee on the window pane
was heard no more at Alton College.
With another he tapped Eric on the head; and, with a third broad swing, ere the other could recover himself, he swept him clear off the stage, much as you would brush a fly off the window pane
A window pane
was smashed while a fridge had been tipped over in the shop.
Judge Desmond Marrinan was told Donegan, from Carnhill in the city, and an unnamed accomplice managed to remove intact a window pane
but fled when they were disturbed by the house occupants.
David Meadows, 45, of no fixed address, had been arrested on Saturday after smashing a window pane
to get into the caravan on a street in Llandudno.
This roomful of existential optics would be unthinkable without Dickinson's work, to which Finch alludes in the show's title, "As much of noon as I can take between my finite eyes." This line is culled from a poem in which Dickinson describes peering "upon the window pane
" to the world beyond, at once evoking Emerson's transcendental "transparent eyeball" and Thoreau's allegory of the mutable pond wherein a sheet of frozen ice produces and sustains a reflection before ceding to wintry gray opacity.
NEW YORK-There's something immensely appealing about rugs with large blocks of color, perhaps because they're reminiscent of a child's toy blocks or a window pane
of colored glass.
A weather watcher's proverb for frostworks might be: "When frostworks on the window pane
grow; the temps tonight will drop mighty low.